For many years, she attracted men (teachers) who didn’t want what she wanted. Karen knew that if you want to find true love, you needed to become the person you wanted to be, but she had a hard time staying on track. So she created systems to help her do just that. When she realized that the methods she used helped her to finally attract Mr. Right, she began writing her book, Becoming Mrs. Stanley, and now she shares her strategies with all of us!
There are dating coaches. There are energy workers. And then there’s Carisa, she could wow us with her degrees in psychology and counseling. She could tell us all about her advanced certifications in scientifically supported energy work, or how she comes from a family of healers going back seven generations. Instead, her episode sets the stage for you to get out of your own way, because she believes you should never settle for less!
The author of Your Child is Your Guide, a parenting empowerment process in which your child triggers enormous transformations within you. Michelle guides you to see the divinity of your child and the relationship you have with them, which can initiate levels of awakening which aid in accelerating your healing. Michelle provides guidance and practices that allow you to achieve unconditionally loving relationships with your child!
Founder of Sweet Curly Beauty, a Los Angeles based luxury skincare company that focuses on inclusivity, organic ingredients and reintroducing Black Women into the conversation of aspirational beauty. Shah Granville is an actor and producer, when she is not on set, or acting as a scientist, she is busy advocating for children’s access to education and women’s empowerment through business literacy with organizations globally!
CEO of Blue Forest Farms, full-time entrepreneur and single-mother of three; a Colorado Native took the risk of getting involved in the growing Cannabis industry, and it was worth the reward. Her organic leadership style and passion for CBD led her to Co-Found BFF Hemp, standing behind her belief that hemp is the answer. Trina's experience and positive energy makes her an asset and an inspiration on the farm and in the boardroom!
As a survivor of abuse, Erica has explored the deeper layers of trauma through the lens of Eating Psychology, 12-Step Recovery and Anti-Racism, in an effort to discover why “hurt people hurt people” on a cultural, historical and interpersonal level. An extroverted introvert, Erica has an insatiable desire for truth, and connection. She also has a knack for taking everything personally and dancing like everyone is watching!